Lewis’s deep suspicion of modernist educational projects, subjectivism about morality, and progressive scientific planning animates these lectures.
Without lignin, there would be no woody plants, no wood, no coal, no charcoal, no fire, no pottery, and certainly no iron or metallurgy.
Is there information actually in Saturn’s rings, or is that information produced by intelligent agents studying Saturn’s rings?
Paul Nelson warns against the message from scientists who have suggested that testing is “overrated.”
Jefferson thought that there was scientific evidence for design in nature. In 1823, he insisted so in a letter to John Adams.